International Journal of Zoology

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Table of Contents: 2015

  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 497169
  • - Research Article

Diversity and Dynamics of Sand Flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of Two Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Foci in the Fes-Boulemane Region of Northern Morocco

Fatima Zahra Talbi | Chafika Faraj | ... | Abdelhakim El Ouali Lalami
  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 521406
  • - Research Article

The Male Reproductive Cycle of the Spotted Toad-Headed Agama, Phrynocephalus maculatus, in Iran

Soheila Rahmani | Vida Hojati
  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 869820
  • - Research Article

Seeing Is Feeding for the Frugivorous Bird Brown-Eared Bulbul (Microscelis amaurotis)

Takeshi Honda | Jun-ichi Tsuboi | Hiroshi Kuwata
  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 568494
  • - Research Article

Exploiting Scanning Behavior for Predators Can Reduce Rice Damage Caused by Birds

Takeshi Honda
  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 108306
  • - Research Article

Ecological Niche Modeling of Seventeen Sandflies Species (Diptera, Psychodidae, Phlebotominae) from Venezuela

Iomar Sanchez | Jonathan Liria | María Dora Feliciangeli
  • International Journal of Zoology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 345172
  • - Research Article

Larval Development of the European Lobster and How Small Heterochronic Shifts Lead to a More Pronounced Metamorphosis

Marie A. I. N. Rötzer | Joachim T. Haug
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